B.Tech Civil Engineering Future Scope

Civil Engineering is one of the oldest branches of engineering across the globe. Candidates seek B.Tech in civil engineering as the course offers manifold opportunities in the government sector as well. A civil engineer is responsible to design and plan the development of infrastructural entities such as roads, buildings, dams, canals, etc.

Civil Engineers are in demand especially in developing countries like India, UAE and South Africa that offer good salary packages to fresher graduates as well. There are various government as well as private projects initiating every year in order to create an urban life facility in a society.

What could be the future scope after B.Tech in CE?

After B.tech in CE, one can either go for higher studies or consider the job prospects.

In Higher studies, these are the following options :

  • M.Tech Soil & water Engineering
  • M.Tech Civil Engineering
  • M.Tech Civil & Rural Engineering
  • Technology
  • Management
  • MBA

In Job prospects, below are the following options :

  • Civil Engineers
  • Water Resource Engineers
  • Structural Engineers
  • Environmental Engineers
  • Transportation Engineers
  • Structure Analyst
  • Structure Designer
  • CAD Designer
  • Construction Engineer
  • Civil Engineer
  • Construction Manager
  • Infrastructural Consultant
  • Civil & Building Contractors

They usually get employment in areas like construction and structures, Quality control department, environmental construction, irrigation, urban development, land development, and so forth. Candidates can also apply for government opportunities provided they have to appear for Indian Engineering Services (IES) exam conducted by Indian Government.

The average placement package that can go upto 6LPA by fresh graduates and for experienced, it could reached 20LPA and more also.

These are the most common examples of job avenues in the area of Civil Engineering. As everything becoming urbanise, companies need more talented people that deals with designing, planning, constructing, maintaining, improving and supervising civil structures such as bridges, roads, dams or anything of use to the civilian population.

As India is a developing nation, it has a wide CE scope. There is no doubt everything is changing with each passing day. The technology has changed our lives so updating the methods of travelling, housing, and living adds up the number of opportunities for Civil Engineers.